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Development of Repair and Replacement Cost Management System for Public Buildings to Establish Accurate Facility Management Budgets
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  • Journal title : Architectural research
  • Volume 14, Issue 2,  2012, pp.75-83
  • Publisher : Architectural Institute of Korea
  • DOI : 10.5659/AIKAR.2012.14.2.75
 Title & Authors
Development of Repair and Replacement Cost Management System for Public Buildings to Establish Accurate Facility Management Budgets
Choi, Min-Chan; Lee, Chun-Kyong; Jung, Tae-Gab; Park, Tae-Keun;
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 Abstract
Buildings that are more than 10 years old generally have considerable repair and replacement costs due to the rapid deterioration of their systems. For public buildings in particular, which have national and social significance, considerable effort is required not only to ensure a long life cycle and safety but also to minimize the overall public expense. Along with increasing repair and replacement requirements, however, there have been problems related to the establishment of an accurate facility management budget. To address these concerns, a repair and replacement cost management system was constructed. This system manages both invested maintenance and forecast costs to establish a reasonable repair and replacement planning process and budget. The effectiveness of the system was verified through a pilot test targeting one of public Corporation (K).
 Keywords
Repair and Replacement Cost Management System;Repair and Replacement;Facility Management Budget;Public Buildings;
 Language
English
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